Tahitian limes (Citrus latifolia) are heavy bearing trees growing to around 4 m tall, with juicy fruit that is harvested green when the limes are around 6 cm in diameter. Tahitian limes need a warm and sunny, frost protected position and well-drained soil. They can also be grown in a large container filled with good quality potting mix like Yates Premium Potting Mix. 40-50 cm diameter Yates Tuscan pots make great homes for citrus trees. They have a beautiful classic look, are lightweight and made from UV stabilised plastic to withstand harsh conditions and help keep the pot looking great. Designed by horticulturists, they are well drained and have vertical ridges on the inside wall, which encourage citrus roots to grow downwards, rather than circling around the pot. Growing a potted lime tree means that even cool climate gardeners can enjoy home grown limes, if you position the pot in a warm, protected spot. Against a north facing wall is ideal, where it can soak up the sun and also enjoy radiated heat from the wall.